Tamera Lynn (Mueller) Lee, a resident of Okmulgee, passed from this life on Saturday, December 30, 2017 in Okmulgee, Oklahoma at the age of 62 Tamera was born on March 21, 1955 in Ukiah, California to Wilbur Mueller and Hazel Kuykendall Mueller. She grew up and attended school in California. Tamera was the beloved wife of Rocky Lee. They were married on October 18, 2004 in Hoffman, Oklahoma to Rocky Wayne Lee. They remained happily married for 13 years prior to her passing.
Tamera earned her Associate's degree in Early Childhood Education at OSUIT in Okmulgee. She was a member of Wilson First Baptist Church. She loved tracing her family geneology. Her passion was providing a loving care of her many pet animals whom she adored. Most of all, Tamera was a loving daughter, mother, grandmother and wife and she will be missed by the many people who knew and loved her.
Tamera is preceded in death by her mother and father; her aunt and uncle, Betty and Bob Wares; and her maternal grandparents, Kendrick Kuykendall and Elizabeth Nichols Kuykendall..
She is survived by her husband, Rocky Lee of the home; 4 daughters, Melissa Duncan of Okmulgee, Stacy Lee and Renee Lee of Okmulgee, Rachel Lee of Okmulgee, and Samantha Lee of Okmulgee; two sons, Ivan Duncan and wife Cissy of Okmulgee, and Kyle Lee and wife Tara of Jenks; 10 grandchildren, Nathaniel Zanzis, Rebekah Zanzis, Josiah Zanzis, Saraya Larson, Kaytlynn Zanzis, Tori Duncan, Gary Duncan, Rheann Duncan, Mackenzie Lee and Camden Lee; two great grandchildren, Michael Prough and Sophia Hanson; by several cousins, other extended family and many good friends.
Viewing for Tamera will be held on Tuesday, January 2, 2018 from noon until 8:00pm at Integrity Funeral Service.
A funeral service will be held on 2:00pm on Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at Dewar First Baptist Church with Rev. Mark Milligan and Rev. Casey McIntosh officiating. Interment will follow in Hoffman Cemetery under the direction of Integrity Funeral Service. Pallbearers will be Kyle Lee, Gary Duncan, Mark Beaver, Keith Scott, Ivan Duncan, and Josiah Zamzis. Honorary pallbearer will be Nathaniel Zamzis.
The family has designated the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals as appropriate for memorial contributions.